Foldable Trolley

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  1. Big Lad

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    After carting the poo tank and also the fresh water container across a field, (and also seeing a chap and his other half lugging a waste cartridge as well) I thought i'd invest in one of these:

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    It folds flat - wheels & all and pops easily in the locker for storage, plus is lightweight.

    I paid £12.99 plus postage off ebay, but noticed B&Q had them in for around £17.

    I just thought i'd share this in case anyone else was looking for something suitable..
     
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    If I quartered my weight the wife could use it to get me home from the pub!
     
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    or you could cart a few barrels home on it
     
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    I bought one of these in Spain useful thing to have for the cassette.
     
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    With a slight change you've got a plan there Big Boy!
    or "she" could cart a few barrels home on it!
     
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    Looks the business. If anyone needs a lighter, smaller, version I can recommend the frame from a decent shopping trolley. Mine's a perfect fit for the cassette - which means it isn't any use for anything else.
     
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    I bought one of these some years ago and can highly recommend.

    Kath
     
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    I use the same thing.
    bought a lightweight trolley at one of the shows. Didn't last long. Bought a shopping bag on wheels from a boot sale and the trolley hit of that has worked perfectly for the cassette.
     
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    B&M do a nice fold up job for £4.99, it has the small wheels with rubber tyres and was ok when I used it to carry my cassette across the rather "damp" grass at Bridge of Allan THS last week. Oh and it comes with a free elastic bungy !
     
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    I lost track of the OP's thread so I did a "search" as I thought it could be just the thing for this mountain of stuff I have already accumulated :rolleyes:.
    Anyway - second result was this thread by @ABZSteve from Oct last year Thread Link
    suggesting the Screwfix version at £15
    It is now down to £9.99 but they are low stock, I've just picked up the last one in the PBoro warehouse (y)

    So if you're in the market for one of these - it's the Magna Carta MCX as still sold on Amazon for £26.62 - might be worth seeing if your local ScrewFix still has any in stock

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